Friday, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
As he takes office, one thing is true — everyone has a strong opinion about him, either positive or negative.
According to recent CNN poll, Trump has a 53 percent approval rating — one of the lowest approval ratings of any president to enter office.
We predict Trump likes the position because he knows he can go nowhere but up. We also predict Trump is not worried about poll numbers because overcoming great odds is how he has survived in the business world for decades and created a business empire worth billions of dollars.
As Trump gets to work next week, most people will hope that he will put away the Twitter, quit attacking people and just get to work.
Whether you like Trump or not, there is one single point that everyone can hopefully agree on. Creating jobs in America is a great thing.
Trump has already put the business world on notice not to move jobs out of America or it will cost them. This has prompted companies already announcing their intentions to bring jobs back to America.
Carrier Air Conditioning announced they were going to abandon their plans to move their factory to Mexico and keep the jobs in the United States.
GM announced 1,000 new jobs.
Sprint announced 5,000 new jobs.
Wal-Mart, 10,000 new jobs.
What made America great was products being made in America by Americans. Quietly, over decades, those jobs have disappeared, which has kept work wages depressed and has made it hard for families to provide and survive.
More American jobs means more income, and that will push wages up, which will mean for greater prosperity for all.
In the coming weeks and months there will be plenty of politics to be played out to keep American opinions on Trump polarized but, hopefully, we can all agree that creating more jobs in America will be a great thing.